When you live in the True North, fun outdoor activities don’t stop when the weather turns cold and snowy. There are so many things to do outside during the winter across the country. If you’re a fan of cycling but don’t do it once the season changes, think again. These 11 places have amazing fat bike trails in Canada so you can cycle through the snow during the winter.\nYou might not have heard of fat bikes before but that’s okay.\nThey’re basically like regular bicycles except they’re designed to fit thicker wheels so that you can ride in all conditions, even the snow.\nIf you want to get outdoors during the winter, these two-wheelers are a great way to navigate the terrain after those white flakes fall down to the ground.\nThis trend started a couple of decades ago when racers in Alaska needed to modify their rides in order to actually get out there and the bigger tires give better traction and grip. It’s like snow tires, but for bikes.\nNow at national and provincial parks and resorts across Canada, you can rent or bring your own ride to enjoy a day on the trails.\nHere are 11 places where you can glide along fat bike trails during the winter in Canada.\nKouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick\nView this post on Instagram It's fat bike season in Kouchibouguac! 🚲❄️ // C'est la saison de vélo d'hiver à Kouchibouguac! 🚲❄️ | 📷 : @deography #kouchibouguacnationalpark #nbparks #parcsnb #explorenb #newbrunswick #nouveaubrunswick #explorecanada #canada #fatbike #visiting #travels #adventureseeker #travelmore #goexplore #wonderfulplaces #lovetotravel #ig_canada A post shared by ParcsNBParks (@parcsnbparks) on Dec 6, 2019 at 2:00pm PST\nAll winter long you can rent fat bikes at the national park and take advantage of the 12 kilometres of winding trails that run through the Acadian forest and are groomed to make sure you have a good ride.\nLa Mauricie National Park, Quebec\nView this post on Instagram Enfin l’hiver ! #mauricie #skidefond #tourismemauricie #parcscanada #parcnationaldelamauricie #nature #ilovenature #ilovewinter A post shared by gripette (@gripette) on Jan 2, 2020 at 1:40pm PST\nAt La Mauricie National Park in Shawinigan, Quebec you can all winter cycling enthusiasts can take advantage of the park’s trails inspired by the winter landscape and ride to your heart’s content.\nThere are more than 15 kilometres of trails there.\nMillennium Trail, Yukon\nView this post on Instagram Make the most of your visit to Whitehorse this winter with a guide/instructor from Terra Riders. From flat rides on the lake under the northern lights to proper groomed singletrack mountain biking, we know the routes for all levels of rider and adventurer. #terrariders #whitehorsemountainbike #whitehorsefatbike #fatbikeyukon #whitehorsetours #yukontours #fatbike #northernlightstours #auroratours #moosebicycle #cometomyyukon #exploreyukon #tourismyukon #whitehorse #yukon #yukonterritory A post shared by Terra Riders (@terraridersyukon) on Nov 28, 2018 at 1:51pm PST\nIn downtown Whitehorse, you can ride the special season bikes on the Millennium Trail, an easy to access multi-use path that takes you right along the Yukon River.\nIn the city, shops will rent out the wide tire two-wheelers to people and give you insider information on how to travel the trails.\nMont-Sainte-Anne Ski Resort, Quebec\nView this post on Instagram La bonne nouvelle du jour: 11 cm de nouvelle neige à la montagne! ❄️ 🕺🏽 #montsainteanne #skiquebec #neige #winteriscoming #quebeccite #quebecski A post shared by Mont-Sainte-Anne (@montsainteanne) on Nov 21, 2018 at 7:12am PST\nThis ski resort isn’t just about skiing. Its 20-kilometre trail network means you can take the big-tired bikes through snow-covered trees for hours and they’ve been designed for riders of all skill levels whether it’s your first time or you’re basically a pro.\nHorseshoe Resort, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Winter Wonderland @horseshoeresort #dotheshoe #horseshoevalley #horseshoeresort A post shared by Matt Hawthorne (@mhawthorne82) on Dec 14, 2019 at 5:36pm PST\nJust a two-hour drive from Toronto, this resort has a nine-kilometre trail that lets you see the frosty landscape in a new way while you ride along on your winter-ready bike.\nPanorama Mountain Resort, B.C.\nView this post on Instagram Canada, you are beautiful @panoramaresort #panorama #panoramamountainresort #photography A post shared by Emily-Louise Hendy (@emilybethphotography) on Jan 20, 2020 at 10:17am PST\nPanorama is a pretty popular spot in B.C. and you can rent the two-wheelers to get out and see the area while also getting a good workout.\nThe multi-use trails at the resort are firm which makes them great for biking but when the snow gets too soft, riders can use the roads around the resort.\nBanff National Park, Alberta\nView this post on Instagram Fat biking in Banff with a coffee from Canmore. Our backyard did not disappoint! #yyctriathlon #yycbike #yycfatbike #bikebanff #fatbikebanff A post shared by Karleen Scase (@blue10_canada) on Dec 28, 2019 at 6:26pm PST\nAt the park, there are more than 15 kilometres of easy trails and more than 20 kilometres of moderate trails for fat biking. These designated winter pathways offer picturesque views of the icy and snowy landscapes of the park.\nGatineau Park, Quebec\nView this post on Instagram Les ptits gants pis toute A post shared by Maxime (@mxmbertrand) on Nov 7, 2019 at 3:01pm PST\nAt Gatineau Park, you share all 30.5 kilometres of winter trails with snowshoers. Plus, it's one of the largest trail networks in North America so even if you cycle just a portion of it, that still gets you some bragging rights.\nThe park also offers day shelters and rest areas so you can take a break from the muscle-burning exercise for a bit if you need to.\nFundy National Park, New Brunswick\nView this post on Instagram Checking out the fat bike trails in Fundy this morning, should be perfect conditions straight through time the weekend! If you want to try a fat bike, give us a call!@outdoor_elements_sussex @outdoor_elements_fundy @rockymountainbicycles #fatbike #fundyfatbikes #winterwonderland #winteradventures A post shared by John McNair (@johnny_outdoor) on Jan 22, 2020 at 12:51pm PST\nAt Fundy, you can use those over-sized tires to ride through more than 23 kilometres of snowy trails the park’s Chignecto Recreation Area. You do have to share the trail with snowshoers and cross country skiers so be on the lookout for them.\nBirds Hill Provincial Park, Manitoba\nView this post on Instagram We had a fantastic @woodcockcycle singletrack sendies ride at Oak Ridge tonight! Although open areas were blown-in, the sheltered parts of the trail were pretty narrow but fun. There was some hike-a-bike, but the group made short work of the rideable stuff! Everyone had a blast 😁🤙 ... #cycling #fatbikes #fatbikers #fatbiking #wintercycling #groupride #woodcockcycle #manitobacycling #prairiemtb #mbmtb #fatbikemanitoba #mbfatbikeadventures #buroak #oakridge #birdshillpark #manitoba #slogfest #freshpow #sendit A post shared by Nic Robitaille (@slick_nic_56) on Jan 22, 2020 at 8:52pm PST\nThe Oak Ridge Mountain Bike Trail in Birds Hill Provincial Park is solely dedicated for year-round cycling so you know that the path is tailored specifically for that. Plus, the park is only about 24 kilometres away from downtown Winnipeg so you can spend the day on the trails and head to the city for the night.\nMark Arendz Provincial Ski Park, PEI\nView this post on Instagram Fatbiking!! First time and loved it. Next time, I'll bring water and snacks though! A post shared by Peter Cudmore (@peteclaycud) on Jan 5, 2020 at 1:04pm PST\nBecause of how popular fat biking has become, the park opened 10 kilometres of groomed trails specifically for that at Brookvale Nordic Lodge. All three trails in the network are named after treats so you can ride on Shortbread, Buttertart or Maple Fudge. After your ride you’ll definitely want all three of those sweets.